Isaac Tentenier (c.1600 - d.)

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Birthplace: Cologne, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Death: (Date and location unknown)
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  • Several of Judith Tentenier's half-brothers and sisters became prominent in the Utrecht region. Isaac Tentenier became a member of the City Council of the town Utrecht (lid Vroedschap van Utrecht ((1674-1676). He first married Maria Helena Schot, with whom he had at least one daughter, Elisabeth Sabina Tentenier, baptized in the Dom Kerk in Utrecht on 16 May 1653. [21] His second wife, Sabina Edmond, had inherited the country estate Vrijheidslust in De Bilt from her first husband Adolff van Ruytenbeeck, who died before 1670. On 19 April 1680 Vrijheidslust was sold, together with the 'desolate estate and goods' of Isacq Tentenier en Sabina Edmond, so they both must have died shortly before that date. Sabine Edmond was the daughter of Sir Willem Edmond and his wife, Agneta Berck. [22] Sir Willem Edmond, colonel of the Old Scottish Regiment in the Service of the United Netherlands, had been knighted in 1599 by King James VI of Scotland.
  • ii. Isaac Tentenier, probably born in Cologne about 1600. He first married Maria Helena Schot and second to Sabina Edmond.
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